Vaccines provide tilapia producers with a platform for sustainable growth
Brazilian aquaculture has experienced significant growth in recent decades, particularly in its tilapia industry, which has been built on both cage
Poor feeding practices such as overfeeding, underfeeding, feeding incorrect pellet sizes, the use of unsuitable or unpalatable diets and the feeding
Noxious phytoplankton has been implicated in fish kills worldwide with the majority of problems occurring in marine systems.
Viruses are extremely small agents comprised of DNA or RNA surrounded by protein. Viruses must invade living cells in other organisms to replicate.
The bacterium, Streptococcus iniae, causes streptococcosis in silver perch. The disease has been rarely reported, although losses in the few outbreaks were sign
The aquatic fungus, Aphanomyces invadans, causes EUS on silver perch farms located in coastal regions in northeastern NSW and southeastern Queensland
Diseases of the Australian Freshwater Fish Silver Perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) - Part 4
Diseases of the Australian Freshwater Fish Silver Perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) - Part 3
Diseases of the Australian Freshwater Fish Silver Perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) - Part 2
Diseases of the Australian Freshwater Fish Silver Perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) - Part 1
After seven years of research and development, a selection of advanced diets tailor-made for king salmon has finally been produced.
A new project aims to produce ballan wrasse that are more effective at eating sea lice on salmon farms.
Plans to create a pure breeding line of the rare and highly prized gold barramundi have been revealed by scientists at James Cook University (JCU).
Producing tilapia in marine environments offers a number of advantages over traditional freshwater farming of these fish – saltwater
The use of tags to monitor the behaviour of farmed fish can provide scientists with important information, but also create welfare issues, according to a new st
Trials of a specialist lighting system have led to a 10 percent increase in tilapia growth rates and a 10 percent reduction in their feed conversion ratio (FCR)
Commercial catfish feeds are supplemented with a vitamin premix that provides all vitamins in quantities necessary to meet requirements
This factsheet by the Southern Regional Aquaculture Center (SRAC) gives information on what feeds and feed ingredients should be used for channel catfish.
Researchers are optimistic about the possibility of developing an oral vaccine against francisellosis in tilapia, following promising trials in Thailand.
Tilapia living in crowded aquaculture ponds or small freshwater reservoirs adapt so well to these stressful environments that they stop growing and reproduce